Hannah Galvin

Methyl Ethel chats Triage and its live show translation

On release day Methyl Ethel’s Jake Webb swung by the studios to chat with Andy Lowe on Mornings about record number three ‘Triage’.

Haiku Hands’ must haves: Creation, collaboration and spaces which allow them

Pop a squat with the unbounded creative explosion that is Haiku Hands, as they take a morning out from their nat’l headline tour.

Camp Cope on change & the weird power of the SOH Concert Hall

Hot off the back of an American tour, Kelly-Dawn Hellmrich of Melbourne powerhouse Camp Cope chats with Tanya Ali on Agenda before taking to the stage of the Sydney Opera House’s Concert Hall.

Overachieving with Rapper, Boxer, Actor and Youth Mentor Kobie Dee

Sydney’s Kobie Dee came into the studio to talk about the power of voice through music and the importance of giving back to his community.

Hatchie shakes up the ‘pop pocket’ on debut EP

International shows, a debut EP and an upcoming, sold-out East Coast tour; Hatchie has been killing it over the past year. She joined Twitey for a chat about taking the guilt out of liking pop music.

Teaming up: Stella Donnelly and Alex The Astronaut on their musical friendship

Aus music pals Stella Donnelly and Alex The Astronaut joined Maia Bilyk on Lunch, giving us the lowdown on their blossoming friendship, touring nationally and the push for gender equality.

A quick guide to Record Store Day 2018 in Sydney

Here’s where to get your fingers dusty this Saturday April 21. Happy Record Store Day!

The art and love of storytelling with (Sandy) Alex G

Pennsylvania’s (Sandy) Alex G ducked into the studios for a chat with Darren Lesaguis on Arvos, before treating us to a live rendition of ‘Bobby’ from his latest record.

Slowdive settle into mature skin with their comeback self-titled record

Amidst their first ever Australian tour, Neil Halstead and Simon Scott of Shoegaze outfit Slowdive dropped by the studios for a chat with Eddy Diamond on Mornings.

Moses Sumney plays ‘Plastic’ live & muses on solitude, the human experience and Mac Demarco

Off the back of his breathtaking release ‘Aromanticism’, L.A.’s Moses Sumney adorned the studio with a spine-tingling live version of ‘Plastic’ on Arvos.